World War I
Harry Thomas Webb

Harry Thomas Webb was a private in the Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment 13th Batt), who enlisted in Chelmsford and was born in Galleywood. Originally harry was No 13353 of the Essex Regt and had transferred to the Middlesex. He was killed in action 10th October 1918 aged 24, and is buried in St Aubert British Cemetery. The cemetery was begun by the 24th Division on 12 October 1918, just after the capture of the village. Other units continued to use it until 23 October, by which time it contained 33 graves of the 3rd Rifle Brigade and 24 others, most of the current Plot I. After the Armistice, further graves were brought in from small cemeteries in the area and and from the battlefields of Cambrai (November-December 1917) and Cambrai and the Selle (October 1918).
Harry was the son of Harry and Mary Webb of the High St, Stock
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